Is it ever okay for a government to lie to the people? This work is a fiction novel that provides answers to the unnerving questions surrounding the John F. Kennedy assassination. It tells a story about people of power and the extremes they will go, to protect their interests. The John F. Kennedy assassination is inarguably one of the most publicly witnessed murder in the history of the United States. This thriller, as well as the sequel, Killer at the Ambassador Hotel, his fourth book, shows the author's deep Italian roots as he reflects on family traditions and relationships. Both mystery novels tie the Mafia into the Kennedy assassinations and follow a dutiful grandson as he abides by his family's rules. Although the outcome is all too well known, Richard provides an alternative possibility regarding the "How" of this tragic event in history.
The first murder, the JFK assassination, has probably been the most-investigated crime in American history. Yet, five decades later, there remain questions regarding the number of gunmen, the true motive, and the masterminds (if any) of the killing of Kennedy. The case was 'wrapped' up in hours by the F.B.I. with the arrest of Lee Oswald by the Dallas Police Department and the case was ruled by the Warren Commission to be the sole act of one man, Oswald. My law enforcement and military experience convinces me that a complex case such as this killing would not lead to completion and declaration of a 'sole assassin and non-conspiracy' in such as short period of time, and has offered some facts to rebut that theory. We look again at Oswald. Let's face it; Oswald was a willing tool of the U.S. Government from the time of his military service until the day he died. He was not a "lone nut", but one of the tools in the CIA's box of tricks and mysteries, regardless of the agency's declared declaration of their actions as being 'right and necessary'. Oswald may have supplied one of the murder weapons that killed JFK, (some say he did not) but the fact remains that he did not fire the fatal shots at Kennedy. He would have to have been "Houdini" that day, being in two places at the same time. Oswald was indeed the best possible "Patsy" his handlers could find.
The book described the life of a police officer who discovered that his sister was murdered by members of a satanic secret society. During his investigation, he stumbled upon the plot to assassinate President J. F. Kennedy and was there when the assassination took place. As the story unfolded, the assassination of JFK let to a bigger plot and the birth of Al-Qaeda which was both a terrorist group and a data base.
Find out what a toy will do to become Real. A darkly humorous parody of the children's classic, The Velveteen Killer Rabbit is the story of a toy Rabbit whose desire to be loved by a child and become Real drives him to less than cuddly deeds. Enhanced with hilarious illustrations inspired by the original artwork of William Nicholson, this twisted tale will leave you in stitches and make you fall in love with the murderous bunny. For the deviant inner child in you.
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An all-encompassing analysis of the assassination of JFK and its surrounding conspiracy theories draws on forensic evidence, key witness testimonies, and other sources to explain what really happened and why conspiracy theories have become so popularized.
Funny thing about lies and secrets. Lies always come back to haunt you. Sometimes secrets can kill. No matter how long ago they were told or how recent, they never go away and they must always be confronted. Sometimes lies can take you on a journey. Entrenched in everyone’s lies but his own, a high school history teacher named Jack Bennett finds himself helping everyone deal with their demons, past and present. Lies and secrets take Jack on a journey from his home in Lowell, Massachusetts through the streets of Baracoa, Cuba. With secrets of his own, Jack’s past and present life intertwine as he discovers Fidel Castro’s brutal past and the conspiracy to kill John F. Kennedy. Worlds collide as Jack becomes reconnected with old friends in an effort to help his new friend confront her demons. Murder, revenge and redemption are the ingredients that make up the story called Moonlight Montecristo. The pages come to life and also introduce an uncomfortable tale of those who would kill a President.
Argues that former F.B.I. director J. Edgar Hoover possessed full knowledge of a plan to assassinate President Kennedy but did nothing to prevent it.
To deny that conspiracies exist is to deny history. While there are several chapters on traditional conspirators, from the Masons through the Bilderbergers, the book unveils the ideas that have unified conspiracies into a coherent rendition of evil. This book is an intellectual history of the City of God versus the City of Man, in the ultimate culture war. It does not take a cadre of men in some secret room to effect a unified conspiracy. Like the scorpion in the fable, their ideas become second nature to liberals, socialists, or communists and they act in accordance with their nature.
The Montana Territory is awash in blood when baby-faced Ned Larson unholsters his sex-shooter, and it is up to Longarm to bring him to justice
Popularized in the bestselling book The Devil in the White City, H. H. Holmes has gone down in history as America’s first—and possibly most prolific—serial killer. A master swindler who changed names about as often as most people change coats, Holmes built a three-story building down the street from the World’s Fair site in Chicago in the early 1890s. Join Chicago paranormal authority Adam Selzer as he separates the truth behind the myth. Did H. H. Holmes really kill 200 people? How did he do it? And why? How did he keep his three wives from finding out about each other? And how did he kill people in such a crowded building without anyone noticing? This e-book includes an excerpt from Adam Selzer's popular book Your Neighborhood Gives Me the Creeps.
“Since we forget the implications of the assassination of President John F. Kennedy at our peril I welcome and support the recent work of Ed Souza’s Undeniable Truths....Welcome aboard Mr. Souza.” —Mark Lane- Author of Rush to Judgment To many, the murder of President John F. Kennedy was the defining tragedy of the twentieth century. To many, the intricate and pervasive veil of lies generated by the Warren Commission and some of our own government agencies is an egregious and continuing insult to our collective intelligence, integrity, and dignity. To many, there are more questions than plausible answers. But for one former LA cop, private investigator, and professor of criminal justice, the time has come to put forth the clear and plausible answers too many have craved for too long. In Undeniable Truths, Professor Ed Souza applies modern investigative techniques and theories to present the clear and simple facts surrounding this infamous murder. His approach exposes the lies, cover-ups, and misinformation involved in this case. He explores some of the murder’s most enduring mysteries: Why was President Kennedy really murdered? Who really did—and did not—want Kennedy eliminated? Why—and how—was Oswald chosen as the scapegoat? Through the use of time tested police strategies, the author puts decades of professional research to the task of solving one of history’s most enduring unsolved crimes.
The history of a combat unit in Vietnam from the soldier's point of view.
The only new history of the police forces in the U.S. since 1945.
Untangling the logic behind the JFK conspiracy claims
From the French sniper who shot Admiral Nelson at Trafalgar to the devastating assassination of John F. Kennedy, snipers have played a crucial—and shadowy—role in history. Now, two defense experts shed light on the mystery surrounding these deadly gunmen, whether they benbsp;lone agentsnbsp;or membersnbsp;of strategic military forces. Packed with facts and details, Snipers paints a vivid picture of the men behind the crosshairs—both good and evil—their motives, their psychology, their times, the weapons they used, and the scenarios in which they were placed. With contributions from Frederick Forsyth ( Day of the Jackal ), David L. Robbins ( War of the Rats ), and Charles Morse (investigating officer of the Washington Sniper case), this is fascinating reading for military, history, and crime buffs.
Born near Frankfurt, Kentucky, Bonnie Sue Raymond wants to leave the farm behind and go to beauty school. After studying for and receiving her GED, Bonnie promptly boards a bus to Indianapolis for training, working nights at a taxi company to save money. Bonnie immediately notices the contrast between the farm in Kentucky and the urban jungle known as the city. Law enforcement personnel seem to be helpful, but there is little reduction in the crime rate. Bonnie finds out firsthand just how dangerous the streets can be when her intriguing new gentleman friend is shot in a burglary attempt during one of his taxi shifts. Following this harsh blow, a devastated Bonnie is given supernatural powers to reduce the crime rate around the world. She wonders what it would be like to live in a community with no murder, arson, carjacking, theft, or fraud. Bonnie gives fair warning via the media that justice is about to be served unless criminals turn themselves in to the authorities. Most of those wanted are repeat offenders who wouldn't dare think of turning themselves in to the police, but perhaps Bonnie can remedy the situation. But can vigilante justice elude the FBI?